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  • Organizational Climate and Teachers' Job Satisfaction in Residential and Non Residential Schools.
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  • Economic in One Lesson
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  • Analysing the Correlation Between Educator-Turnover and the Promotion of Efficient Management in Public Schools in Soweto, South Africa
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  • Factors Determining the Use of Condoms Among Youths of Lusaka's Kanyama Compound
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  • Determination of Job Satisfaction Factors
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  • Foreign Investment During the Recent Global Economic Recession
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  • Economic Test Bank
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  • Economic Policy and Public Opinion in Spain
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  • Privatisation as a Means of Solving Nigerian Social Economic Probelms
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  • A Consumers Buyer Behaviour Is Influenced by Four Major Factors; Cultu
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  • The Role of Culture in the Economic Development of Countries
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